Building Site Coordinator
If you wish to work permanently in Denmark as a Building Site Coordinator, you must have a recognition issued by the Danish Working Environment Authority.
If you wish to work temporarily in Denmark as a Building Site Coordinator, you do not have to apply for recognition. It is the employer’s responsibility to ensure that the employee has the necessary experience and training.
How to apply?
You can apply on the Danish Working Environment Authority’s website for recognition here.
- Proof of nationality, for example, a copy of identity card or passport
- Attestation of professional competence or of the evidence of formal qualifications giving you access to the profession (if the profession is regulated in your country)
- Certificates, diplomas etc. relevant to your profession
- Proof of your professional experience, e.g. pay slips or attestations from employers identifying the professional activity and its duration (if any)
- Proof that you have practiced the profession for at least one years in the last ten in your Member State of establishment, if your profession is not regulated in that country (for example, pay slips or attestations from previous employers identifying the professional activity and its duration), if relevant
- Any further documentation/further information that you think may influence the assessment of your professional and educational qualifications, or other relevant information that you wish to submit, e.g. Curriculum Vitae)
- Your contact information: first name and family name, address, phone and e-mail, if any. If somebody else is sending the documents, e.g. a company sending documents on your behalf: the sender's name, address, phone and e-mail, if any.
Temporary or occasional pursuit
If you wish to work temporarily in Denmark as a building site coordinator, you do not have to apply for recognition. It is the employer’s responsibility to ensure that the employee has the necessary experience and training.
Establishing a business
The requirements for permanent service providers are described above.
Requirements for non EU citizens and businesses
Other requirements for non EU-citizens and businesses apply. Please contact the Danish Working Environment Authority, Offshore & Natural Gas, or visit https://arbejdstilsynet.dk/da/ for further information.
No fee required.
When can I expect an answer?
The decision on whether or not to issue recognition will be made as soon as possible after the fully documented application has been handed in to the Danish Working Environment Authority. For permanent work the response time is no longer than three months and for temporary work no longer than one month.
In case of rejection
An appeal should be submitted in writing to The Council of Appeal on Health and Safety at Work no later than 4 weeks from the time when the decision is communicated to the applicant.
Who to contact for questions?
If you have questions regarding your application or questions regarding the requirements please contact:
Public registers and databases
No public registers or databases apply.
Legal basis in Danish law
Order no. 1346 of 29. November 2017 on occupational education and training
Order no. 840 of 29. June 2010 on recognition of providers of mandatory occupational training
Order no. 117 of 5. February 2013 of developer obligations
Order no. 151 of 25. February 2016 on recognition of professional qualifications acquired abroad
Legal basis in EU directive(s) on the mutual recognition of professional qualifications
2005/36/EC, Title III, Chapter I (General system for the recognition of evidence of training)